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07/17/2020 - The Register-Herald
CHARLESTON, WV - The rate of positive tests for Covid-19 took a sharp turn upward on Thursday in West Virginia with the state’s Department of Health and Human Resources reporting a rate of 5.79 percent with 73 new confirmed cases out of 1,261 lab results.

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07/16/2020 - The Hill by: Marty Johnson
WASHINGTON, DC - Preliminary data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that the number of deaths from drug overdose in the U.S. rose 4.6 percent in 2019 after falling for the first time in three decades in 2018.

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07/16/2020 - The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, DC - What is this enemy?

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07/16/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Jessica Kim Cohen
WASHINGTON, DC - Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will continue to have access to COVID-19 patient information, according to agency officials—despite the Trump administration ordering hospitals to bypass the public health agency and start sending data directly to HHS.

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07/16/2020 - WVNews
MORGANTOWN, WV - WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute researchers have developed new tools, including the forecasting of temperature and a “Health Index,” to warn users of the onset of COVID-19 related symptoms and signs of infection in real time, according to a press release.

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07/16/2020 - The Dominion Post by: David Beard
MORGANTOWN, WV - With no new pandemic-related announcements coming from the governor on Wednesday, a portion of his afternoon briefing was devoted to his response to growing calls for a COVID-19 special session.

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07/15/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Alex Kacik
WASHINGTON, DC - The median in-network commercial charge for COVID-19 hospitalizations ranged from $34,662 for the 23 to 30 age group to $45,683 for the 51 to 60 age group, new data show.

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